Cub Day Camp 2020 Colonial District 6W **CANCELLED**
DAY CAMP – 6W – July 6-10, 2020
Cub Scout Webelos Day Camp offers all Scouts a fun, exciting, and productive week of Scouting for boys and girls entering 4th and 5th grade. The week will be a fun-filled, action-packed adventure for only $120.00 (early registration fee). Webelos and Arrow of Light Scouts receive a patch, t-shirt and all materials & programs with their registration fee. They are expected to wear their camp t-shirt every day during camp. Extra shirts may be purchased for $11.00 each during the registration process.
Please note: Camp t-shirts are ordered from the vendor on June 1st. Therefore, if you register after this, you will still receive a shirt, but the size cannot be guaranteed. BSA Medical Form parts A and B must be filled out for each child attending day camp, and can be found by clicking here, or are available at the pre camp meeting.
Registration Fee: (includes a patch, t-shirt, materials, and programs):
$120 per person when paid in full by June 14, 2020
$135 per person when paid in full between June 15 & June 28, 2020
$145 per person when paid in full on or after June 19, 2020
Day Camp Installment Plan:
Register your Scout now for $50, and have the $70 balance paid in full by June 14, 2020 to lock in the early registration price!
Make Day Camp a great experience for you and your Scout by volunteering to be on Day Camp Staff! Volunteers get a patch, t-shirt, challenge coin, and $25 rebate for their Scout IF they volunteer for the entire week. Volunteers also must fill out a medical form (see link above) and have a current Youth Protection Training certificate on file at camp. Register to be a volunteer at Day Camp by also following this registration link.
***Adult volunteers may bring their younger child(ren) - IF A TOT LOT IS PROVIDED. Tot Lot children will have their own activities & crafts but are not part of the Cub program***
Benefits to Volunteering at Day Camp:
- Meet parents from your community.
- Have fun with doing activities and crafts with your Scout.
- Full training provided. Learn new skills.
- Opportunity for your Scout to see you in a positive leadership role.
- Be part of a team making a difference.
You can help for half a day or all five days. Here are some ways you can help:
- Teach a craft or Scouting skill.
- Help with check-in during the mornings.
- Help make presentations to Packs to encourage Scouts to attend camp.
- Run Errands for the director.
- Pick up ice each morning.
- Run the Tot lot.